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|If you've never searched your own name on the major search engines, I'd highly recommend doing so; you may be surprised by what you find there. You may wish to create your own page so it's you who chooses what comes up on the search engines for your own name.|
|For as unusual of a name as Wyne is, it's surprising how many Wynes I found; nearly none of them are related to me, Theresa Wyne. Some of them have been quite busy, internationally! I even found other Theresa Wynes with the exact same name, spelt slightly differently, but the same name, nonetheless, as me, Theresa Wyne.|
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Last updated July 2014 by Theresa Wyne
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Book reviews are the item of the month.
Die Broke by Stephen M. Pollan and Mark Levine
In my opinion, if this book doesn't make sense to you, then you need to allow someone else to take control of your finances for you. If it is enlightening from page 1, then you must immediately implement every step that you understand. If you get 100 pages into the book & are still thinking, "Well, duh", keep reading, you're not done yet. For you "Well, duh" readers, you'll want to create a more advanced version of their simplified plans, but you will want to ensure you've covered every aspect of their plans for financial wellbeing.
Natural Cures "They" Don't Want You to Know About by Kevin Trudeau
The author presents very valuable information. The format is very easy to read. If you have never read a health book, you need to memorize every single item in this book and implement all of it immediately. Your life, literally, depends upon it. If you've never finished reading any of those many health books you've picked up, try this 1. If you've tried many things you've heard over the years, this book will give you an excellent summary of all of those things. You need all of them.
The only objection I have to this book, the reason I returned it for the complete money back refund (minus shipping & handling which was very expensive), is that, in the infomercial in mid-2005 they indicated that the book would address specific diseases & specific solutions for them. I totally understand their point that there are 'big brother' type of influences affecting how much they can state without encountering additional legal difficulties. What I did not expect was that every time I reached a point in the book where a specific disease was addressed, the information said that the author could not state anything & if I wanted real data I was welcome to go to his website & pay money monthly for his monthly newsletter because that was the only way he would be legally allowed to say the solutions without getting censured again. If that had been stated on the infomercial I would have done that. But after being grossly mislead I will never do that. That being said, I believe that, if you have a specific disease, you probably should join their monthly newsletter group & get some real answers. I do think this will be your, currently, best available source for real nutritional answers. If you have a specific disease then you do need that, no matter what is costs. Skip the book, buy the newsletters. (I get no money from anyone for saying this; it's just my opinion.)
|Today's topic is small savings of stress & money!|
|If you go to switch cell phone companies, youíll want to ask them their final month procedures. I left Verizon because they couldnít match their competitorsí offers. They failed to mention that they planned to pro-rated the last month so they could pro-rate the minutes allowance also. This meant they then charged me for a very, very lot of Ďover the limit minutes usedí, though I was, very carefully, still way under my normal monthly limit; I was just way over their new, secret, prorated limit. I came out completely OK, only by sheer luck. But. If Verizon gets away with doing this then the other companies are doing it too. Just FYI. P.S. Beware of receiving another, additional final bill after your final bill. While protesting this practice & the associated lies & the associated refusal to stop sending online monthly billings until the additional $3.62 was paid, a supervisor read my protests, agreed, apologized & cancelled the final bill which was full of lies like that my billing cycle had begun the day after my final billing. She handled this very well with excellent customer service, the way it's supposed to be! It greatly behooves you to ask for a manager or supervisor with this type of company; don't waste everyone's time & energy by upsetting the non-manager employees.|
|Also, small FYI, if youíre considering Wells Fargo as your bank, they consider Canada to be a foreign country & charge $1.50 each for Ďforeign itemí for depositing a Canadian check. The local credit union charged $10.00 for a 'foreign item' check deposited. It may greatly behoove you to read all of your statements! Also, Wells Fargo set up a new account with a required monthly transfer of money from the checking account to the savings account; the penalty for failing to do this transfer was $5.00 a month. I set it up on an automatic transfer; they charged me anyhow for the 1st half a year...They said, "oh, oops, goodness, how in the world did that happen?" & reversed it every month...in other words they assumed they could get away with this sneaky procedure because most people don't read their bills, don't check the small print & don't go in to protest small amounts. 5 x 6 is $30.|
|On another front. Yes, Iím a non-smoker. Yah! Thank you for the happiness Iíve heard, but, donít worry, Iím not looking for a pat on the back here. I want to comment, with amazement, on the responses Iíve heard. I discovered why most peoplesí response to me quitting was Ďyeah, uh-huh, thatís niceí. Apparently, the statistics are it takes 7 to 10 tries for people to quit. Hmmm, well, that just sounds too painful!!! I quit. Itís done. Next subject. Actually, the only annoying part was funny. It used to be that the last thing Iíd do when leaving the house was to grab my cigarettes & cell phone. I kept forgetting my phone for several weeks! (Nope, for the 1st year, I noticed no changes in things like the ability to breathe or smell, which is fine with me since I think the cityís Ďscentí isnít as nice as chocolate!) I can smell star burst lilies!!! After 4 years I can smell a bit more than that. Feeling strong & healthy is awesome!|
|Have fun! Theresa Wyne|
|Life is wonderful! Stop reading & go out there & create it!!!|